madian225 Posted January 16, 2006 Posted January 16, 2006 Hi I have just built my Expert and have had a fun and games along the way but isn't that the point of experimenting?? Anyway to get back on topic, have got my CPU to 265 * 10 @ 1.475, P95 stable (18h) and run 3d 01, 03 and 05 without a problem. I am using 4 sticks (G.Skill Extreme) and they have passed 20+ tests of test 5 and 8 , this was before I started to test the CPU so am guessing not a problem here or should I be looking to re-test them again? I am now looking at tweaking my RAM and this is where I am having problems, I set my RAM to the following 200 1:1, dis (2T), 2.5, 3, 7, 3, 12, 15, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3120, ENA, Auto, 0, Auto, Auto, Auto, Fast, Auto, 256, DIS, 16, 7, Dis. I lowered my FSB muliti down to 7, lowered my FSB to 200 and re-booted......nothing at all, just re-boots. I raise the FSB multi back to 10 keeping all the above settings and it boots into windows with no probelm. Any idea's or suggestions as I would like to ower the Multi to 7 so I get some RAM testing done. I used A64 Tweaker when my FSB was at 265 and Multi was at 10 and it gave me the following as a starting point; Tcl : 2.5 Trc : 7 Trfc : 10 Trcd :3 Trrd : 2 Tras : 7 Trp : 3 Twr: 2 Twtr : 2 Trtw : 3 [email protected] Twcl : 1 clk R/W Bypass: 16x Bypass Max : 7 Max Asyn : 9 ns Read Preamble : 9.5 ns Idle Cycle : 256 Dynamic Idle : Dis Drive Strength : Weak 32 B, gran: Dis I have also tried these and still no joy, will still not boot I am thinking of just trying to get the system to boot with the CPU Multi on 7 and then working out the settings as I go. Or should I keep the CPU multi on 10? However as I up the FSB to test the RAM I will also be upping the FSB on the CPU which kind of defeats the RAM testing bit. Any idea's or suggestions or is it a case of having to try different settings in the dark, as it were, until I get a successful booting with a CPU multi of 7. Any help or suggestions always welcome, thanks. Quote Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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